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Free Founders Workshops
Angel & VC Financing Workshop
Legal Entities Workshop
- Startup Story & Legal Advice with Founder of Poppy
- Leveraging Your Attorney Relationships to Maximize Business Potential
Be sure to take advantage of these free resources.
Connecting Companies with Specialized Blue-Collar Workers
After serving as a U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter pilot, Rich Camacho started helping his fellow veterans in transitioning into the workforce. That’s when he noticed there was a glitch in the job search system. Recruitment companies often neglected to properly pair talented blue-collar workers to companies in need of their specialized skills. Thus, BlueRecruit was born. We share more about this Raleigh-based technology company in our latest client tell.
Opportunity Events and Why They Matter
Not acquainted with the term ‘opportunity events’? That’s because it’s a unique phrase we’ve coined and centralized in our work strategy. At Fourscore, we believe every successful business has a critical point in its life – an ‘opportunity event’ – that takes an idea and transforms it into an opportunity. Read more in our latest news article below.
Jesse Jones on Next Matters Most Podcast
This month, Fourscore’s Jesse Jones joined serial entrepreneur Nick Jordan on his podcast Next Matters Most. In the recent episode, “Leveraging Your Attorney Relationships to Maximize Business Potential,” they discuss the strategies they use when they work with startups and small businesses. Check it out wherever you listen to podcasts.
Fourscore Brief: A Thread in the Corporate Veil
Do new founders need a business bank account? In our recent Fourscore Brief, we break down why having a separate account could protect you in the case of a lawsuit. Lawyers call it “piercing the corporate veil.” We explain in this video short.
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Headquartered in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina, Fourscore Business Law serves entrepreneurs and businesses in the Triangle, throughout the Southeast and in Silicon Valley / San Francisco. We also represent venture capital funds and other investors who invest in companies throughout the U.S. The idea of delivering maximum impact in a simple and succinct manner is what we’re calling the Fourscore Principle. And that is what Fourscore Business Law is based on. Our clients operate in a broad range of industries including tech, IoT, consumer products, B2B services and more. Questions? Shoot us an email or give us a call at (919) 307-5356. Your first call is on us.